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... The cogs of this machine included discipline and punishment, religious and moral instruction, classification and separation, training and education. Many men were broken, but some left Port Arthur rehabilitated and skilled, some as blacksmiths, shoemakers and ship builders. The free community led lives in stark contrast to the convicts with parties, regattas, literary evenings and making beautiful gardens.
We found it really interesting and heard about ...
... Point, the most southern point in Tasmania (and Australia) for some great rainy day hiking, caught the Dallas Buyers Club in an old art deco cinema and spent some time with Tasmanian devils and kangaroos in a devil conservation park. Hobart is a killer city and the surrounding area is an awesome natural playground that I wish we had more time to explore but once again it is time to move on.
... particularly unkind to us, we were cold, we were getting rained on and we were not really having much fun so we decided to head North to explore some of the Coast.
Not quite on the coast , but our first stop had to be Latrobe, The Platypus capital of the world!! We checked into a nice little campsite and booked ourselves on the local Platypus tour, we met the guide as the sun was starting to set and followed him 10 minutes down the road to a patch of river ...
... in the near future. But not quite yet :)
When it was finally time to come back to work, I was a bit apprehensive about leaving Tas but I knew as soon as I arrived back I would be reminded how much i love it here. As soon as Laura and I landed in Pweto, after our five flights, we had the typical grin plastered on our faces. The hour it takes to get to work involved lots of waving and calling out jambo jambo to the hundreds of kids who were so excited to see us. I reckon ...
Day 8 – Sunday, 12th January, 2014 (written by Stephen and Suz)
Lazy start to the day as we didn't get out of bed until 8.30 but we were packed and on the road by 9.30. Heading 80kms south we reached Bothwell and drove past the 1st golf course built in the Southern Hemisphere. Looked as if was mowed by hand mowers and if you are off the fairway don’t bother looking (I would need 20 balls to complete the ...
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